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  1. page Canadian Response to the Great Depression edited ... Bennett was in power during 1930-1935. He was conservative on the political spectrum, and impl…
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    Bennett was in power during 1930-1935. He was conservative on the political spectrum, and implemented laws such as raising tariffs to protect local business. He also introduced the New Policy in 1935, promising unemployment insurance, reduced workweek, and other economic planning. However, the effects on economy were minimal. Bennett's responses were mostly left-winged.
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    for provincial governments.governments to stimulate money circulations.
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    "Evolution of Modern Liberalism." Perspectives on ideology. Edmonton, Alta.: Alberta Education, 2010. 208-210.
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  2. page Canadian Response to the Great Depression edited ... Bennett was in power during 1930-1935. He was conservative on the political spectrum, and impl…
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    Bennett was in power during 1930-1935. He was conservative on the political spectrum, and implemented laws such as raising tariffs to protect local business. He also introduced the New Policy in 1935, promising unemployment insurance, reduced workweek, and other economic planning. However, the effects on economy were minimal. Bennett's responses were mostly left-winged.
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    relief programs. Although King stands more towards the rightleft end of
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    political spectrum, hisand he implemented more social programs and spending on governments were more left-winged actions.spendings for provincial governments.
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    "Evolution of Modern Liberalism." Perspectives on ideology. Edmonton, Alta.: Alberta Education, 2010. 208-210.
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  3. page Canadian Response to the Great Depression edited Canadian Response to the Great Depression ... Soup Kitchen Unemployment Unemployment victi…

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    Soup Kitchen UnemploymentUnemployment victims during
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    - Known as the Dirty Thirties
    - Prices and wages fell significantly, impacted all 10 provinces in Canada, and 1 in 5 Canadians became dependent on government relief. [1] [2]
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    were minimal. Bennett's responses were mostly left-winged.
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    relief programs. Although King stands towards the right end of the political spectrum, his social programs and spending on governments were more left-winged actions.
    Reference
    "Evolution of Modern Liberalism." Perspectives on ideology. Edmonton, Alta.: Alberta Education, 2010. 208-210.
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Sunday, March 18

  1. page Thatcherism edited Thatcherism ... 1984 to 1985, in 1985. In response, the ... with riot policek, polices to …
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    1984 to 1985, in1985. In response, the
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    with riot policek,polices to stop the strike, causing 700
    It is used as a term to refer to Margeret Thatcher's economic reform of Britain during 1979 till 1990s. Margeret Thatcher shares the same belief as Reagan did(They were both in office for the similar period of time). Both followed the pathway Hayek proposed and both tried to put classical liberal principles back to the government.
    Margeret Thatcher wanted society to have more private property. She did this by selling public property and public industries to private companies or individuals. An example can be seen through selling social housing, as she encourages the renters to buy the homes.
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  2. page Thatcherism edited Thatcherism {miner_strike.jpg} The miner's strike was a product of Thatcherism. Margeret privitize…
    Thatcherism
    {miner_strike.jpg} The miner's strike was a product of Thatcherism. Margeret privitized the coal industry and many miners were fired. The angry miners went on a strike from 1984 to 1985, in response, the government intervened with full force with riot policek, causing 700 injuries and 966 people fired.
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    belief as Reagan.Reagan did(They were both in office for the similar period of time). Both followsfollowed the pathway
    Margeret Thatcher wanted society to have more private property. She did this by selling public property and public industries to private companies or individuals. An example can be seen through selling social housing, as she encourages the renters to buy the homes.
    Thatcherism has a big relationship with the ebb and flow of liberal economics because Margeret is having an economic reform that promotes Hayek and Adam Smith's classical liberalism views instead of the once-popular Keynesian views.
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  3. page Blair's Third Way edited Blair's Third Way ... economic prosperity. However, he He doesn't want ... through certain …
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    economic prosperity. However, heHe doesn't want
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    through certain situations. Asituations with different methods. It is a form of mixed economy, it was aan attempt to
    {Third_way.jpg} The third way. A method that combines both liberal economics and socialist economics and tried to find a balance between them.
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    collectivist value. WhileHe also making students to pay to go tointroduced tuitions for univeristies, which
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    from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Third_Way_(centrism)
    Talimonov, A. (n.d.). Third Way by Alexei Talimonov | Politics Cartoon | TOONPOOL. toonpool.com - the free Community for Cartoon Pictures & Caricatures. Retrieved March 19, 2012, from http://www.toonpool.com/cartoons/Third%20Way_80880
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  4. page Late 2000's Financial Crises edited Late 2000's Financial Crises {Lehman_brothers.jpg} The Lehman Brothers were one of the victims tha…
    Late 2000's Financial Crises
    {Lehman_brothers.jpg} The Lehman Brothers were one of the victims that collaspe during the 2007 to 2008 economic crisis.
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    There were collaspecollaspes of huge
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    institutions and also there were many bailouts
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    However, this time,time the goverment
    This is related to the ebb and flow of the liberal economics because people would have to once again resort to the government in saving the economy. Obama was the president that is in charge of the recovery and he used government intervention to stop banks from going bankrupt. Classical liberalism is not useful in all situations and Reaganomics is discarded to the new Obamanomics (which is simliar to Blair's third way).
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  5. page Late 2000's Financial Crises edited Late 2000's Financial Crises {Lehman_brothers.jpg} The Lehman Brothers were one of the victims tha…
    Late 2000's Financial Crises
    {Lehman_brothers.jpg} The Lehman Brothers were one of the victims that collaspe during the 2007 to 2008 economic crisis.
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    late 2000s should beis around 2007
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    of recovery.
    This is related to the ebb and flow of the liberal economics because people would have to once again resort to the government in saving the economy. Obama was the president that is in charge of the recovery and he used government intervention to stop banks from going bankrupt. Classical liberalism is not useful in all situations and Reaganomics is discarded to the new Obamanomics (which is simliar to Blair's third way).
    Late 2000sReference:
    2008, S. (n.d.). Late-2000s
    financial crisis.crisis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved from:March 19, 2012, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Late-2000s_financial_crisis
    Lehman

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    Brothers Time Square.Times Square by David Shankbone.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (n.d.). Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Lehman_Brothers_Times_Square_by_David_Shankbone.jpgMarch 19, 2012, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Lehman
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  6. page Blair's Third Way edited ... Tony Blair was a prime minister of Britain after Margeret Thatcher in 1997. Thatcherism was us…
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    Tony Blair was a prime minister of Britain after Margeret Thatcher in 1997. Thatcherism was used by the previous minister John Major as well. However, Tony Bliar believed that Thatcherism itself would not promote economic prosperity. However, he doesn't want to go all in for socialism as well. Instead, he proposed the Third Way. Which is to do both at the same time and adapt through certain situations. A form of mixed economy, it was a attempt to balance the views of an individualist and that of one from a collectivist.
    {Third_way.jpg} The third way. A method that combines both liberal economics and socialist economics and tried to find a balance between them.
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    and promoted.
    The

    References
    Third Way (centrism) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (n.d.). Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved March 19, 2012, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Third_Way_(centrism)
    Talimonov, A. (n.d.).
    Third Way.Way by Alexei Talimonov | Politics Cartoon | TOONPOOL. toonpool.com - the free Community for Cartoon Pictures & Caricatures. Retrieved from:March 19, 2012, from http://www.toonpool.com/cartoons/Third%20Way_80880
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  7. page Fall of Communism edited ... Certain countries who were once socialist countries now converted into a more liberal country …
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    Certain countries who were once socialist countries now converted into a more liberal country because of the revolutions. Most would abandon command economy to a more liberal one like mixed economy or free market.
    This is related to the ebb and flow of liberal economics because many countries are now more liberal in their control over the economy. More classical liberalism views are nurtured and used throughout their polices.
    The History of Germany -Kids Pages; The Fall of theOf The Berlin Wall, writtenWall Written for children. Retrieved from :http://www.thekidswindow.co.uk/news/Berlin_Wall.htm
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    Children." The Kids Window. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Mar. 2012. <http://www.thekidswindow.co.uk/news
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    of 1989.1989 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fall_of_communism#East_GermanyMarch 19, 2012, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fall_of_communism
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